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US 'disappointed' as PM grants limited 5G role to Huawei
Britain has decided to allow Huawei to help build its high-speed 5G networks, defying security concerns from the US and others about the Chinese company.
What does the Huawei decision mean?
The government had made a decision to allow Huawei equipment a restricted role within the UK's new 5G infrastructure.
Airbus takes €3.6bn hit to settle bribery and corruption claims
Airbus has agreed to settle bribery and corruption allegations by UK, US and French authorities in a deal that will cost it €3.6bn (£3bn).
Co-op plots deals to offload part of £8bn pension scheme
The Co-op Group is close to striking deals to offload about £2bn of its pension liabilities to insurance companies, underlining the strength of corporate interest in such arrangements.
Ryanair warns job cuts 'cannot be ruled out' after 737 MAX delay
Ryanair has warned more pilot and cabin crew job losses "cannot be ruled out" after the latest delay in the return to service of Boeing's 737 MAX aircraft.
Woodford: Investors in ill-fated fund learn the extent of their losses
Investors in Neil Woodford's ill-fated fund are learning that their losses could be as much as 42%.
Ryanair chief's Flybe row with Javid takes off
The row about a government-backed rescue package for the regional airline Flybe intensified on Tuesday with a fresh attack by Ryanair's chief executive on Sajid Javid, the chancellor.
Aviva sorry for calling thousands of customers Michael
Aviva has apologised after emailing thousands of customers and mistakenly calling them Michael.
Citymapper plots route to sale amid bid interest
The urban transport app Citymapper is to explore a sale after receiving takeover interest from some of the world's largest technology companies.
FCA warns banks: We will be keeping a close eye on overdrafts
The Financial Conduct Authority says it will be keeping a close eye on banks as new overdraft rules come into effect soon.